He must know better than
I how great were her powers of self-control.
Richard, ought to know better than I where the twenty thousand francs went to!"
Richard ought to know better than you where the twenty-thousand francs went to?"
"Why should I know better than you where the twenty-thousand francs went to?
Of course, I can't explain who it is precisely that I am mortifying in this case by my spite: I am perfectly well aware that I cannot "pay out" the doctors by not consulting them; I know better than
anyone that by all this I am only injuring myself and no one else.
Ladies, too, were concerned (I am really afraid I am saying too much) - all sorts of ladies, some old enough to know better than
to put their trust in princes, others young and full of illusions.
He/she argues that our MPs seem to know better than
the "people" after the Brexit referendum.
POLITICIANS have been told they "should know better than
to share" conspiracy theories about allegations against Alex Salmond.
In an instant you smack yourself in the forehead uttering the epithet, "I know better than
Survivors know better than
anyone the steps we need to take to identify those enslaved and bring to justice those responsible.
Indeed, I do know better than
your original correspondent because I knew that responding to such verbal aggression would gain nothing.
I've fancied Brian Reid's men from the off but should know better than
writing off my old gaffer Michael O'Neill.
"As for Amanda Staveley, she should know better than
to publicly put words in my mouth - particularly words she knows or should know perfectly well aren't true.
You know better than
to think we could get the Stephenses to explain their business deals, and you also know better than
to think they would jump out of a long-term investment at the bottom of the market.
Wright should know better than
to use such offensive terminology.